Employment Opportunities

The National Center for Healthy Housing (NCHH) offers a rewarding work environment for individuals interested in science, policy, and the transformation of communities. NCHH’s staff of 15 is comprised of seasoned professionals with experience in environmental health, public health, housing, policy, industrial hygiene, engineering, and marketing. The diversity of staff backgrounds and expertise offers excellent opportunities for peer learning, personal growth, and development. EOE.

TO APPLY for all positions, submit a résumé and cover letter by email to:

Michelle Harvey
Director of Administration
National Center for Healthy Housing
10320 Little Patuxent Parkway, Suite 200
Columbia, MD 21044

Open Employment Opportunities

Housing Analyst (available October 4, 2022)

Learn about NCHH’s internship program.

Learn about the Children’s Environmental Health and Healthy Housing Summer Fellowship, a new program available exclusively to BIPOC candidates from the National Center for Healthy Housing and the Children’s Environmental Health Network. Note: The application window for the 2022 fellowship opportunity has closed. 

About NCHH

The National Center for Healthy Housing was founded in September 1992 (as the National Center for Lead-Safe Housing), to bring the public health, housing, and environmental communities together to combat our nation’s epidemic of childhood lead poisoning. Today, NCHH’s mission is to secure safe and healthy housing for all. NCHH conducts research on methods to assess hazards in the home and on measures to reduce those hazards. NCHH designs practical strategies to incorporate healthy housing practices into the work of the public health and affordable housing communities. NCHH promotes these strategies through education and outreach, partnership programs, and governmental initiatives.

The National Center for Healthy Housing is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.

 

Latest page update: October 4, 2022.